Long Island City’s mixed-use district was originally engineered to create a mix of retail, apartments and light industry, but new construction manufacturing space is rarely developed in the waterfront neighborhood once filled with factories. But today, one developer filed plans for a mixed-use building with apartments and ground-floor manufacturing at 37-29 33rd Street, in a subdistrict known as Dutch Kills.
The new condominium project under construction at 45 East 22nd Street is already making significant headway, and YIMBY posted an update of the tower’s progress only a few weeks ago. But a tipster has sent along a photo of new signage that has just gone up along the construction fencing, and we also have a fresh rendering of what the 777-foot tall building will look like, viewed with its neighbors along Madison Square Park.
Last week, YIMBY brought you the rendering for 1325 Herkimer Street, an Issac and Stern-designed apartment building in Bed-Stuy. Now we’ve got the first look at 641 Dekalb Avenue, another Bed-Stuy residential project from the same architect and developer.
The 51-story tower rising at 5 Beekman Street, next to the landmarked, 19th century office building known as Temple Court, is close to topping out. A reader sent along these construction shots and told YIMBY that workers are constructing the top four floors of mechanicals for the 700-foot-tall structure.
While Alma Realty and the Durst Organization are starting to reshape the Astoria waterfront with their megaprojects on Hallets Point and Vernon Boulevard, smaller developments have started to appear on the sleepy western edge of Astoria near Socrates Sculpture Park. Developer DK Real Estate Group has filed a new building application for a skinny eight-story, 15-unit building at 14-35 Broadway, between 14th and 21st Streets.